The United States, for more than 60 years now, has led the way in providing food for those in need around the world. And according to those on the House Agriculture Committee, there will continue to be a strong commitment to remain active in those efforts, despite the President’s recent request to eliminate crucial food aid programs.
House Agriculture Committee chairman Michael Conaway (R., Texas) said the hearing evaluating the future of international food aid programs is parti
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